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handle it. the administration declined an on camera interview but did tell us interest was -- there was an investigation and at least one of the students was disciplined, although we were not told how. >> i think it happens every day. we ask teachers to file a complaint with us. fill out the forms so we can keep or own records. we believe it happens every day. >> reporter: making bullying not just a child issue but a brought -- broader social and generational one. brian kuebler, abc2 news. >> baltimore city schools confirms the video was taken the same day it was uploaded to youtube. the administration disciplined that student two days later. >> tonight at 11:00, we are taking a closer look at bullying in social media. sherrie johnson talks to see what they're doing to stop it. er that daughter was bullied on twitter for a year. grace was hurting so much. she took her own life. >> grace was not a fallen teenager. she was happy and communicative. if it can happen to her, it can happen to anyone. >> tonight we find out how bad the problem of cyber bullying has gotten and
governor. >>> abc2 first showed you a program used by police forces. it's a series of 13 questions that officers use to identify potential domestic abuse victims. >>> traffic is moving again tonight in mt. vernon. early this week a break closed the area but tonight the department of public works opened the road. >>> well, david petraeus, he resigned a week ago as cia director citing an afair. today he was behind closed doors answering questions. >> as karen travers reports, they're demanding answers on the attack in benghazi. >> reporter: he spoke before two congressional committees without being seen. they are demanding answers on what happened the night the consulate was attacked in beaningsky libya and what went wrong. he went to provide those answers. five days after the attack. u.s. ambassador susan rice said the attack was prompted by an antimuslim video that sparked an uprising in egypt. >> it seemed to be hijacked by individual clusters of extremists. >> reporter: the administration said that was based on intelligence that turned out to be wrong. >> as information came in i
use at the chain or brand, but there are fewer fees. >> you lose a gift card you aren't necessarily out of luck. about two third of card issuers will replace them but that require as receipt. >>> our friends in new york and new jersey are still cleaning up after superstorm sandy. many of the homes completely destroyed by the storm and fire leaving little to salvage. for the rest of the area cleanup is underway. three weeks without power. some customerrings are still in the -- customers are still in the dark. those frustrations over power outages may have caused an attack on an electrical worker. a man is recovering in the hospital after an attack. his name is john apple white. he's an electrical work are from tampa. he was beaten at a new york city restaurant while working on a super storm relief project. they stopped to get dinner. a man drove up, yelled something and punched apple white in the face. he's back in florida but in the hospital. the attack as not dampened apple white's spirit. >> i'm not going to let one person spoil that for me. >> apple wheat's face very swole -- app
. >> reporter: not a single one will pay for their meal. >> for us it's to take great food and to serve these american heroes and say thanks. >> how you doing? >> reporter: one of those heroes is 91-year-old claude. he served under general patton. he said it it's such a nice gesture. >> so outstanding. >> reporter: this is not a plaque or a sculpture. it's a cake. it's a creation of charm city cakes, an exact replica of the iwo jima replica. >> this probably took our staff about 60 hours. >> you don't see too many people recognizing vets. it's a really good feeling to see something like this come about. >> reporter: in many ways, every day is veterans day at missions barbecue. they sing the star spangled banner always at noon. with an event this special, it serves up a lot of emotions. >> i just want them to know i am still proud to be an american. i thank them for letting me be that. >> reporter: not all of bill's family could be there. his son andrew is a marine serving in japan as we speak. in glen burnie, don harrison, abc2 news. >> what a story. >> awesome. >> man, we've got to run
're alive, my whole family is alive, and god will get us through this. >> reporter: the u.s. marines have stepped in, helping out with the cleanup. abc has also done it part, raising almost $17 million and rising for its day of giving fund-raiser. some say getting the power back on is taking too long. >> i am angry, to say that i am frustrated, disappointed would be the understatement of the decade. >> reporter: long lines of cars still wrap around gas stations waiting for fuel, and on this election day, people are lining up at make shift polls to vote. in new jersey, hundreds of thousands are without power, and now have to find a way to cast their ballot. governor chris christie has tried to make that easier by allowing them to vote by fax or e-mail. >> i think you have a lot of things on the plate in your life, butt it's a national election. -- but it's a national election. governor como has order had that anyone be able to vote in any polls area across the state. >>> well, here at home we're hearing it's taking anywhere from 30 minutes to two hours to cast that vote. >> let's head to
. people were allowed to briefly go back to their homes for the first time today. or at least what used to be their homes. >> i lost everything. my things, it's all flipped over, upside down. >> we will be back. we know it. it'll be hard work but we are not going to let the storm beat us down. we will rebuild. >> homeowner was brought in on buses and were only allowed at their home was special identification. a heavy police presence remain ford safety and to preevent looting. >> sandy may have spared most of us but damage tied to the storm could be making its way here soon in the form of flooded cars. details on how to spot them so you don't end up with a safety hazard. >> reporter: it doesn't take much to clean up a flood car, time, febreze and those badly damaged cars could look as good as new but if you buy it you will know that's not the case. tonight the investigators break down the signs you need to know so you don't end up with a flood car. experts say thousands of them could have a huge market here because of scammers who dry them out, clean them off and put them on a lot wi
site. facebook prides it self-as a place where people use their real identity on the web. it's taken the problem pretty seriously. the man in charge of facebook's security said a new automated system is in place to purge fake likes president the company has anywhere from 150 to 300 employees to stop fraud. >> all right. if you're not one of those shoppers who wants to deal with all the black friday crowds, the four weekdays following thanksgiving weekend are probably the best time to shop. according to the study, those are the days you will likely find the lighter crowds, better customer service and discounties. >> the common misperception for car buyers and how students are learning about other cultures. >>> early sunset these days, just past 4:50 in baltimore. 4:52 to be exact. winds from the north. never out of the upper 40s. now we're not mid-40s and on our way to a chilly night. the day that was not so bad. parkville middle finding beautiful brilliant skies. tree leaf cover. manchester valley high school. a sunny practice but chilly on the football field late in the day. ellicot
costliest storm in u.s. hirks with an estimated damage of some $50 billion. >>> that brings us to tonight's hot topic. the new york city marathon has been canceled. earlier today mayor michael bloomberg said the race was a go because it brought in so much resource but critics were opposed because resources would be diverted from those who need it. >>> well, it is now the most expensive cam pain in maryland ever. it is question seven. the stakes on the table will make the campaign funding look like chum change. >> table games, craps, roulette, poker, back ca rack and blackjack. it could lead to an incredible amount of haven't and jobs or so say those who want question seven to pass. >> i think the table gaming is a huge add to the gambling in maryland. i used to do a lot of business in las vegas. i always said to then mayor o'malley and then governor o'malley, if you want to see a big cat that less for change, look at what's happening in connecticut. >> reporter: credentials are no joke. he's been involved in really big projects like building columbia maryland and casino developments all a
is started, tj winnick tells us there is no end in sight. >> with gasoline difficult, ragging is spread to new york city, and long island. going on 11 days of a fuel shortage, drivers have a short fuse. >> impossible. there is no gas or you wait three hours. >> reporter: many running out before they reach the pump. last night a cop was there to keep peace, and helped a man push his car the final block. a new york man was charged with running down a police officer after he was told to move his car from a gas line because it was blocking traffic. more than 500,000 customers across the region are living without power. many also need gas to keep generators running in frigid temperatures. >> 90% is not a victory, the 10% who don't have power is a defeat, we will keep working and keep pushing the issue until that number is zero. 10 days after the killer storm, new york city mayor, michael bloomberg is taking action. instituting, odd, even gas rationing system. it will be available to drivers with license plate numbers ending in an odd number or a letter beginning today. drivers with plate num
construction vehicles will help the customers affected by superstorm sandy. >> good guy. >>> while most of us were scared by sandy, how about crisfield? that's where we get our crabs from. this was the dploar -- worse sense gloria. they are trying to meet the needs of people who aren't covered by people. you can learn more and donating by doing to abc2news.com/hurricane. >>> let's say you're living in chrisfield and been told you have to evacuate your home in 10 minutes. >> 10 minutes is all you have. >> what do you grab? >> it's a question many people have faced. how to save the things you need. >> reporter: it's been a week since sandy bat ared the east coast. it's a plea for anyone to help. >> we have nothing. >> reporter: while the peak of the storm missed maryland by 100 miles, we are just as vulnerable to disasters large and small. to give yourself the best chance of getting through a natural disaster, dug said you need to prepare and do it now. >> you need to be prepared to take care of yourself for the first 48 hours. >> reporter: you'll want plenty of food and water. >> having a disa
those affected by the storm. it'll let people use whatever network they have. people won't have to pay or do anything. calls will connect through the network with the strongest significant tall signal. >>> and 20,000 flights canceled because of the storm so now the airlines are trying to get back on track. they are rebooking passenger ifs on new flights though some airports are still working to clear some of the floodwaters. they are deploying workers to answer the phones and help rebook or cancel tickets for up to two million travelers. >> we have a 4-year-old all fed up with all the talk. how she breaks down after listening to much of -- >>> and the behind the scene, revealing what you will see tonight on the cma awards. . >>> still watching sandy spin just to the north. she has changed hour weather pattern. before the weekend talking about temperatures in the 70s, little indian summer, that's gone now. storm this size shifts the entire pattern in the north and across the northeast united states. there she is centered up north of new york state and canada. still that wrap around nor
. >>> some new research shows that medicine could be used to fight cancer. scientists studied nearly 19,000 cancer patients taking statins and found the risk of death dropped by 15%. more studies will have to be done but it showed the benefits could be broad, in this case working with patients with 13 different types of cancer. >>> there's a shot to avowed the flu for the nora virus and it can leave you dehydrated. food is one of the most common kays the virus is spread and it tends to move person to person and faster in nursing homes and daycare. >> nora virus is a virus. it's fund in the stool and it's easily contagious by touching something or touching something that's been or a surface that hasn't been wiped properly. >> researchers are working on a vaccine but for now doctors are recommending just wash your hands often as a good defense. >>> forget genetics, a new study found the amount of alcohol a person drinks could be related to where they live. they said the closer people live to a bar, the higher the chances they will be heavy drinkers. researchers found nearly 10% of people
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